WRITTEN BY ELIZABETH 1 JULY 2010
I love photography. It wasn’t until I started doing Project 365 as a new year’s resolution that I really started to be so intrigued with it. Often times, I find myself pretending I’m some professional placing things or…Continue
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The ability to look at visual information with perception. A visually literate person understands how visual elements contribute to the meaning of the whole.
–PBS Media Literacy Glossary (www.pbs.org/weta/myjourneyhome/teachers/glossary.html)
The ability to recognize and understand ideas conveyed through visible actions or images (as pictures)
–Merriam Webster Online
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Auburn kindergartners to get computers
The city of Auburn will be giving iPad2 computers to each kindergartner this fall.
The city's School Committee approved the plan Wednesday. Former Governor Angus King, who attended the school meeting, says Auburn could be the first municipality in the state to give computers to all students in a single grade. The Auburn School Superintendent says he's expecting 285 kindergarten students this fall, which will translate to an expected…
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Guest blogger Marie Bjerede is Vice President of Wireless Education Technology at Qualcomm, Inc., where she focuses on addressing the technical, economic, social, and systemic challenges to enabling every student to gain the advantages afforded those who have 24/7 mobile broadband access.
In most schools, cell phones are checked at the door -- or at best powered off during school hours in a tacit "don't ask, don't tell" understanding between students and administrators. This…Continue
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Recall that the first element of word reading is “seeing the word correctly” (i.e., seeing the letters in the correct sequence). Even starting with short words (cat) a reader’s brain has the ability to rearrange the letters in a different order (t–a–c, a–c–t). In this particular case, it so happens that all three of these combinations yield what sound like words…
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